Welcome! Below you will find an outline of the 3-day conference line up, with links to keynotes or panels that are available. If you are not finding a link below, it means that we do not have access to it at this time. Thank you for your understanding.
Conference Day 1 Line Up & Recorded Items: Day 1 Opening & Keynote Link
Opening: Lakota Prayer And Dakota Honor Song, Jim Clairmont (Lakota), Austin Owen (Dakota): Minute mark 38:00 – 52:30
Conference Host Greetings: Raj Sethuraju, Virginia Arthur, Metropolitan State University President: Minute mark 52:32 – 1:04:00
Welcome to St. Paul: Jason Sole from Mayor Melvin Carter’s Office, St. Paul, MN: Minute mark 1:04:00 – 1:12:15
Conference welcome from RPI Conference Committee & logistics: Minute mark 1:12:15 – 1:15:28
Restorative Invitation (intro to theme and reading of restorative invitation): Minute mark 1:15:28 – 1:19:55
Keynote: In the Absence of Justice, Stephanie Autumn: Minute mark 1:19:55-2:13:50
Afternoon Panel: Perspectives from People of Color: Colorizing and Decolonizing Restorative Practices, Raj Sethuraju (Moderator), Stephanie Autumn, Robin Wonsley, Alexis Goffe, Edward Valandra: Partial recording of panel found here
Conference Day 2 Line Up & Recorded Items:
Opening: The Somali Museum Dance Troupe, Manager Mohamoud Osman Mohamed: Minute mark 31:25-54:00
Daily Welcome: Natasha Lapcinski, IRPC Coordinator, Beth Bailey, Community Mediation & Restorative Services, Inc.
Rep. Carlos Mariani Rosa, MN House of Representatives: Minute mark 54:00-1:10:00
Keynote: Using Educaring for Children with Disrupted Destinies: Restoring Communities of Care and Practice – Judy Atkinson: Minute mark 1:10:00-2:08:40
Panel: Perspectives from Practitioners of Color: Trauma, Healing, and Restoration Andre Koen (Moderator), Bao Vue, Sam Simmons, Sheryl Wilson, Lee Buckley, Judy Atkinson: Minute mark 4:30-1:25:28 Day 2 Panel Link
Conference Day 3 Line Up & Recorded Items: Keynote Day 3
Opening: Colorful Girl Magic Creator and Singer – Aniya Spears
Daily Welcome: Margaret Thorsborne & Peta Blood, Restorative Practices International; Raj Sethuraju, Elder Recognitions;
Commissioner Kevin M. Lindsey, MN Dept. of Human Rights
Keynote: Always it is by bridges that we live: considerations in building a restorative world picture, Chris Straker
Afternoon Panel: Perspectives from Change Agents of Color Brenda Burnside (Moderator), Dominique Diaddigo Cash, Anika Bowie, Becky McCammon, Alicia Mobley, Christopher Melendez, and Chris Straker
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